Premier Veins opens new Edgbaston varicose veins clinic

On Thursday 9th July, Premier Veins welcomed patients into a new varicose veins clinic and treatment room in Edgbaston, central Birmingham.

All treatment options in one location

81 Harborne Road offers consultation, diagnosis and treatment under one roof. Patients can receive both varicose veins and thread veins treatment in a comfortable environment equipped with the latest technology.  The Clinic's specialist consultant surgeons will tailor highly effective walk-in-walk-out procedures to suit your diagnosis.

CQC registered

Premier Veins' new premises is registered and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – the independent regulator of health and social care in England. Quality and safety are at the heart of everything they do at Premier Veins. They follow best practice and adhere to CQC standards to create a safe, caring, effective, responsive and well-led service.

COVID-19 measures

Premier Veins have stringent social distancing measures in place and apply them across each of their clinics. Walk-in-walk-out treatments are well suited to COVID-19 working practices, and the risk of contamination is low. For patients who would prefer not to attend the clinic, they can arrange a secure remote telephone or video consultation to get your treatment journey underway. Visit the Clinic's COVID-19 Update page for more information on the measures that they have in place.

Central Birmingham location with parking

Located in the leafy suburbs of Edgbaston’s Medical Quarter, 81 Harborne Road is a convenient location with easy access to major rail and road links. Parking will never be a worry when you to to see them as they have on-site car parking facilities.

Clinic Times

Premier Veins offer consultation and treatment appointments at Harborne Road every day, Monday to Friday.

Visit Premier Veins

Call the Clinic on 0121 769 2646, email them or use their contact form to book your FREE mini-consultation today.


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